I thought it was ironic that just above a small metal placard on a utility pole in the area, a spammer had posted a sign. The placard had a reference to a statute after a short notice about posting of signs not being allowed. While these little placards may seem like they're not doing their job, I suspect from how few signs were actually on utility poles that the signs were actually doing some good. Still, it seems anonymous spammers can avoid being fined.
If you're ever in Haywood County and want to help, give this gentleman a call:
Nathan Clark Director of Planning & Sign Enforcement Officer 828-926-0866 ext. 104
#1. "RE: Posted, no posting in Haywood County" In response to Reply # 0
Some cities in the Dallas area have small signs on utility poles saying "it is a violation of ... to post sign on pole". I don't know if they do any good. If nothing else, it probably makes it harder to convinve the judge that you didn't know.